P. BM EA 10052, Anthony Harris, and Queen Tyti

  title={P. BM EA 10052, Anthony Harris, and Queen Tyti},
  author={M. Collier and A. Dodson and Gottfried Hamernik},
  journal={The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology},
  pages={242 - 247}
Recently rediscovered text copies of what is now P. BM EA 10052, 6.22–23 by Anthony Harris from his Notebook 5, in conjunction with surviving unpublished fragments from this section of the papyrus, identify a Queen Tyti as a King's Wife of Ramesses III, helping to resolve a long-standing conundrum in the study of the Twentieth Dynasty royal family. 


Denn ich bin ein König, der die Maat liebt": Herrscherlegitimation im spätzeitlichen Ägypten. Eine vergleichende Untersuchung der Phraseologie in den offiziellen Königsinschriften vom Beginn der 25
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